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Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (7201.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed price. Currency in JPY
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550.60-5.50 (-0.99%)
As of 11:01AM JST. Market open.
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Previous close556.10
Open550.30
Bid550.50 x 0
Ask550.70 x 0
Day's range548.50 - 554.90
52-week range472.20 - 712.50
Volume16,876,400
Avg. volume35,075,037
Market cap2.196T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.08
PE ratio (TTM)4.97
EPS (TTM)110.72
Earnings date09 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield20.00 (3.60%)
Ex-dividend date28 Mar 2024
1y target est616.30
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